IT Management Linux News for Jan 16, 2001
Korea Herald: Oracle, Intel team up for Linux (Jan 16, 2001, 20:42)
"They will target domestic [Korean] technology ventures
developing enterprise applications accommodating the OS alternative
to Windows. Their joint initiative, called e-Linux Club, is also
seen as a bid to rev up Linux to compete with Sun..."
LinuxPR: Conectiva receives investment from ABN AMRO Bank, Intel and LatinTech (Jan 16, 2001, 19:58)
"Conectiva will use the investments to help expand its service
network to other Latin American locations; stimulate Open Source
application software projects in vertical markets such as
education, SOHO and public administration, among others; and
consolidate its service provider partnership network..."
e-smith announces 4.1 beta 3 release of server for small and medium-size businesses (Jan 16, 2001, 17:30)
"e-smith 4.1 contains several new features, including SSL,
SSL-enabled Webmail, OpenSSH, Tape Backup support, better anti-spam
protection, and improved packet filtering on the external
It's Official: Inprise out, Borland in (Jan 16, 2001, 17:03)
The company returns to its roots.
LinuxPR: NuSphere Granted Exclusive Training Rights For MySQL
(Jan 16, 2001, 16:03)
Polycon, developers of the official MySQL training materials,
has granted NuSphere exclusive training rights within the Western
SlashTCO.com: Viata Online choose complete Linux network solution (Jan 16, 2001, 15:23)
"What were Viata's primary reasons for choosing a Linux/Open
Source solution? ... There are a great many reasons Viata chose
Linux, but they are too numerous to list, and so second nature to
me now that I would forget many of them. Let's stick with the tried
and true. Reliability..."
VNU Net: Ex-Compaq execs form server startup; servers will use Transmeta chips, Linux OS (Jan 16, 2001, 15:01)
"The startup claims that its machines pack eight times as much
processing power into the same space as Intel-based rack servers
from companies like Compaq, while using a quarter of the